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Spring Semester School Supply Reminders

Jan 10, 2011

We are getting closer and closer to the start of the 2011 Spring Semester. Students everywhere will begrudgingly return to their campuses from the holiday break. Even though it is never fun to see a vacation end, the start of a new semester can always be fun and exciting as you reconnect with friends and start new classes.

As students dive into the fresh semester, we at wanted to wish you the best of luck. We also wanted to take the to time remind you of some items you may need as you progress through the next few months. These are the kind of items that can save you a lot of hassle if you were to pick them up now.

Ethernet Cables

As sophisticated as modern wireless Internet technology can be, it sometimes can let you down. You always want to have a back-up method of connecting to the Internet should something be wrong with the wireless network. Most dorms, libraries, or computer labs do offer ports for you to access the Internet through a wired connection. In order to do so however, you’ll need an Ethernet cable. Ethernet cables allow you to connect to a network, connect your computer to a printer, or even connect gaming consoles like the X-Box 360.

Get Printer Ink also provides you with HP Inkjet cartridges at the best prices on the web. Having a few extra ink cartridges is never a bad idea. Imagine if you finished a research paper ten minutes before class starts. All you need to do is click “print,” staple the paper, and walk to the classroom. Plenty of time. But you soon notice that the printer isn’t printing. You realize you are out of ink! Now you need to run to the library first and hope you can find an open computer. You now are running the risk of being late for your class. But all of this could have been avoided, if you had stocked up on your HP Inkjet cartridges.

We hope that you have a stress-free and enlightening semester.

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